For the Catholic University, there are 1.5 million more poor
Between 2015 and the third quarter of 2016, the number increased from 29% to 32.9%
According to the university, poverty rose from 29% at the end of 2015 to 32.9% in the third quarter of 2016. Indigence, meanwhile, rose to 6.9%. In Argentina there are 2.7 million people who suffer from hunger and 13 million poor with data updated to September last year.
For both poverty and indigence, these are the highest levels since 2010. "Economic adjustment measures, the adverse international context, anti-inflationary policy and lagged private and public investment would have aggravated the more recessive crisis scenario And adverse in terms of employment and purchasing power for broad social sectors, "the report said in explaining the worst-case scenario.